Ex-passport officer sparks debate after sharing worst baby names theyve seen

Naming your baby is one of the biggest decisions you can make as a parent.

And while some people go for the more tradition name, others go for something a bit different.

Now one Mumsnet user, who claims to have worked in a passport office, has shared a few of the worst baby names she's ever heard, according to The Mirror.

The woman said that whilst at work one day, she received an application for a brother and sister called Florence-Jolly and Lionheart.

She wrote: "Me and my DH [darling husband] were talking about awful baby names, and I thought I'd share.

"I used to work in a passport office – and we had an application for a brother and sister…

"She was called Florence-Jolly (yes, with the hyphen) and he was called Lionheart! LIONHEART!

"Still makes me laugh… poor love!

"Who's heard of worse?"

Her question quickly went viral – racking up more than 800 comments from people sharing the most bizarre names they've heard.

One person said: "Sisters called Sweety and Softy! I heard Softy changed her name later. Can't blame her."

Another added: "My dad wanted my sister to be called Lettice which is just way too close to lettuce."

While a third chimed in: "My friend has convinced her [mother-in-law] that if she's having a girl she will be named Beyonanna – after Beyonce & Rhianna.

A fourth meanwhile wrote: "I heard a child being called Dino the other day. I remember it was the name of Fred Flinstone's dog I think."

Have you heard any worst? Let us know in the comments section…

The news comes after another person hit headlines as they branded their friend 'idiotic' for wanting to give her twin boys the same name with different spellings.

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